I encourage you to find out more about what is going on in Colorado; there are numerous resources available, but here are just a few.
Many people want to know what the Legislature is doing, so take some times to watch us in action, or read up on the current bills passing through the Colorado House or Senate. Remember, though, ours is a part-time, citizen legislature that is only in session January to early May each year.
Current state laws as defined in the Colorado Revised Statutes are the rules that our courts enforce, rules passed by previous legislatures.
You may also wish to visit the Secretary of State of Colorado for an abundance of information from elections, and businesses to Colorado regulations and much more.
Sometimes I am asked about Federal government issues, and on occasion I have been asked to vote on bills going through Congress, however, I’m in the Colorado state legislature and don’t get a vote in Washington, D.C. Here are a couple of links that might help you with federal issues at the U.S. Congress and Senate.
You can even look up bills going through the U.S. Congress and Senate from the Library of Congress.